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Concepts in Chemical Engineering – Problem Solving

Concepts in Chemical Engineering – Problem Solving

Hi, my name is (Brad S.) Penn State Chemical Engineering Graduate Year of 2005. Currently (worked) for (Las incorporated) and today we’re gonna cover the topic of problem solving. Along with a little example. So now here we are back at the comfort of my office to talk about the topic of problem solving. And […]

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Atom Economy – Green Chemistry Principle #2

Welcome back and thanks for tuning in. Today we’re going to tell you about the second principle of green chemistry, atom economy, which describes an important concept for chemists to consider when they are making molecules. In essence, this principle is very similar to principle number one, prevention, but in this case we are preventing […]

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Open Letter to the President: Physics Education

Open Letter to the President: Physics Education

Dear Mr. President, Do you know much about physics? I mean, you’re the President of the United States: a country with five thousand nuclear weapons, birthplace of the world’s computing and telecommunications industry, home of the first atomic clock and creator of the global positioning system. But chances are, if you just took regular American […]

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WTF is Quantum Retrocausality? (ft. Physics Girl)

WTF is Quantum Retrocausality? (ft. Physics Girl)

We all know, if Marty travels back into the past, and messes with it, he makes the Biff timeline. Casual. We all get it. Moral of the story: If you time travel and mess with anything in the past, you automatically mess with your future, but if Marty was a quantum particle? Maybe not so […]

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The Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics and Scientific Notation – 2

The Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics and Scientific Notation – 2

>>Susan Osterhaus: This green book — and it does have of course white letters on it, this is the official Nemeth Braille Code for the Mathematics and Scientific Notation. And this is what I would call the Bible or the code. Now the book, the official book is going to be green. In this particular […]

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Who are nuclear weapons scientists? | Hugh Gusterson | TEDxFoggyBottom

Translator: Vytautė Marija Petručionytė Reviewer: Ellen Maloney I’m an anthropologist. When you think of anthropologists, you think of people who study cannibals in New Guinea, people in grass skirts in Samoa. I’ve spent my career as an anthropologist studying American nuclear weapons scientists. I wanted to know why someone, when they graduate from university would […]

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Uniform Circular Motion: Crash Course Physics #7

Uniform Circular Motion: Crash Course Physics #7

Ever been on one of those twirly carnival rides? You know, the ones where you get into a giant cylinder and stand against the wall, and then they spin you around like a wet salad? If you’ve had that uniquely nauseating experience, then you know that the simple act of spinning in a circle can […]

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Student Vlog – Curtis – Mathematics

Student Vlog – Curtis – Mathematics

Hi my name is Curtis and I’m a second year student in the School of Mathematics I’m going to give you an insight into what it’s like to live here the University of Birmingham. So this evening our departmental society the Maths society are running a University Challenge style event so we’re going to go […]

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The economic injustice of plastic | Van Jones

The economic injustice of plastic | Van Jones

I am honored to be here, and I’m honored to talk about this topic, which I think is of grave importance. We’ve been talking a lot about the horrific impacts of plastic on the planet and on other species, but plastic hurts people, too — especially poor people. And both in the production of plastic, […]

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Kerbal Space Program – Your Physics Have No Power Over Me!

Kerbal Space Program – Your Physics Have No Power Over Me!

Hello! Its Scott Manley here! With a very interesting test rig here. What I have is four solid rocket boosters. Now, two of them have the landing gear from aircraft attached to them. One is deployed, and one is not deployed. And this one has a bunch of random stuff attached to it. We have […]

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